Hinke              Professor of Applied Mathematics

Curriculum Vitae of Hinke Osinga

Distinctions/Honours


Employment history

October 2011present  Professor of Applied Mathematics, Department of Mathematics, The University of Auckland, New Zealand
March 2001September 2011 Professor of Nonlinear Mathematics, since August 2011
Reader in Mathematics, since August 2005
Lecturer in Mathematics, Department of Engineering Mathematics, University of Bristol, United Kingdom
September 2008April 2009 Visiting Scientist Center for Applied Mathematics, Cornell University, Ithaca, USA
January 2000March 2001 Lecturer in Applied Mathematics, School of Mathematical Sciences, University of Exeter, United Kingdom
June 1998December 1999 Postdoctoral Scholar, Control & Dynamical Systems, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, USA
September 1996May 1998 Postdoctoral Fellow, The Geometry Center, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, USA
September 1991September 1995 Onderzoeker in Opleiding, The Netherlands Scientific Research Organization (NWO), at the Department of Mathematics and Computing Science, University of Groningen, the Netherlands
September 1990September 1991 Teaching Assistant, Department of Mathematics and Computing Science, University of Groningen, the Netherlands

Academic qualifications

7 June 1996 Ph.D. in Mathematics and Physical Sciences, University of Groningen, the Netherlands; thesis title: Computing invariant manifolds: variations on the graph transform; advisors Henk W. Broer and Gert Vegter
29 August 1991M.Sc. in Mathematics, University of Groningen, the Netherlands; thesis title: Design of a robustly stabilizing controller for a system with multiplicative uncertainty; advisor Ruth F. Curtain; title second thesis: Intermittent behavior during a Hopf bifurcation; advisor Floris Takens

Professional memberships

Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Koninklijk Wiskundig Genootschap New Zealand Branch of ANZIAM Incorporated Dynamical Systems Web Portal
 

Current PhD students

Elle Musoke at the University of Auckland since 1 April 2017; joint supervision with Bernd Krauskopf; funded by Marsden Fund grant 16-UOA-286 to study Global slow-fast dynamics
James Hannam at the University of Auckland since 1 February 2015; joint supervision with Bernd Krauskopf; funded by a UoA scholarship to study Manifolds and isochrones
Saeed Farjami at the University of Auckland since 1 June 2014; joint supervision with Vivien Kirk; funded by a UoA scholarship to study Analysis of transient dynamics and intrinsic excitability
Jose Mujica at the University of Auckland since 1 March 2014; joint supervision with Bernd Krauskopf; funded by a UoA scholarship to study Invariant and slow manifolds in multiple-time-scale systems
Cris Hasan at the University of Auckland since 1 March 2014; joint supervision with Bernd Krauskopf; funded by a UoA scholarship to study Slow-fast dynamics in higher-dimensional systems

Postdoctoral Research Associates

Stefanie Hittmeyer at the University of Auckland, since April 2014; joint management with Bernd Krauskopf; funded by UoA Faculty of Science Postdoctoral Research grant Hetero-dimensional cycles in systems with multiple time scales

Former Postdoctoral Research Associates

Gemma Mason at the University of Auckland, July 2015 — March 2017; joint management with Bernd Krauskopf; funded by Faculty Research Development Fund Postdoctoral Fellowship grant Hunting for wild chaos
Thorsten Rieß at the University of Bristol, June 2008 — December 2008; funded by EPSRC grant EP/C544048/1(P) Homoclinic and heteroclinic connections in systems with multiple timescales
Róbert Szalai at the University of Bristol, May 2006 — August 2008; funded by EPSRC grant EP/C544048/1(P) Tori and global manifolds in piecewise-smooth vector fields
Frank Schilder at the University of Bristol, October 2003 — February 2007; funded by EPSRC grant GR/R72020/01 Overcoming instabilities in helicopter dynamics

Former PhD Students

Andrus Giraldo PhD from the University of Auckland on 6 December 2017; thesis title Global invariant manifolds and their interactions in the neighborhood of a homoclinic flip bifurcation; joint supervision with Bernd Krauskopf; funded by a UoA scholarship
Peter Langfield PhD from the University of Auckland on 13 July 2015; thesis title The geometry of isochrons in planar systems; joint supervision with Bernd Krauskopf; funded by a UoA scholarship
Jennifer Creaser PhD from the University of Auckland on 18 June 2015; thesis title The Lorenz system near the loss of the foliation condition; joint supervision with Bernd Krauskopf; funded by a UoA scholarship
Stefanie Hittmeyer PhD from the University of Auckland on 29 April 2014; thesis title Bifurcations of invariant sets in a model of wild chaos; joint supervision with Bernd Krauskopf; funded by UoB and UoA scholarships
Pablo Aguirre PhD from the University of Bristol on 15 May 2012; thesis title: The role of global invariant manifolds of vector fields at homoclinic bifurcations; joint supervision with Bernd Krauskopf; funded by an ORS and a CONICYT grant.
Jakub Nowacki PhD from the University of Bristol on 15 May 2012; thesis title: Dynamical systems analysis of intrinsic excitability of neural cells; joint supervision with Krasimira Tsaneva-Atanasova and Andrew Randall; funded by EPSRC grant EP/E032249/1
Clare Lee PhD from the University of Bristol on 20 january 2010; thesis title: Tangency bifurcations of global Poincaré maps; joint supervision with Bernd Krauskopf; funded by an EPSRC DTA Studentship.
Mathieu Desroches PhD from the University of Bristol on 6 May 2009; thesis title: Numerical continuation methods for slow-fast dynamical systems; joint supervision with Bernd Krauskopf; funded by EPSRC grant EP/C544048/1(P) Global invariant manifolds: applications, critical boundaries and global bifurcations
James England PhD from the University of Bristol on 17 November 2005; thesis title: Advances in computing global invariant manifolds; joint supervision with Bernd Krauskopf; funded by EPSRC grant GR/R94572/01
Reza Rokni Lamooki PhD from the University of Exeter on 7 December 2003; thesis title: Adaptive and non-linear control: bifurcation, computation and partial stabilisation; joint supervision with Stuart Townley

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